v. t. e. A list of American feature films released in 1930 . All Quiet on the Western Front won the Academy Award for Best Picture .
February 23: Silent screen legend Mabel Normand dies at the age of 37 in Monrovia, Californiaafter a lengthy battle with tuberculosis.March 10: Release of Goodbye Argentina (Adiós Argentina), the first Argentine film with a (musical) soundtrack. Ada Cornaro has her first starring role and Libertad Lamarquemakes her film debut.April 6: William Fox sells his interest in Fox Filmfor $18 million and Harley L. Clarke becomes president.May 27: Howard Hughes' epic film Hell's Angels premieres at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood and features Jean Harlowin her first major role as well as some impressive aerial sequences. Altho...Best Picture: All Quiet on the Western Front – Universal PicturesBest Director: Lewis Milestone – All Quiet on the Western FrontBest Actor: George Arliss – DisraeliBest Actress: Norma Shearer – The DivorceeFelix the Cat (1919-1936)Aesop's Film Fables (1921–1933)Krazy Kat (1925–1940)Mickey Mouse (1928–1953)January 3 – Robert Loggia, American actor (died 2015)January 10 – Roy E. Disney, American film executive (died 2009)January 11 – Rod Taylor, Australian actor (died 2015)January 13 – Frances Sternhagen, American actressJanuary 31 – Dorothy Seastrom, American actress (born 1903)February 23 – Mabel Normand, American actress (born 1892)July 7 – Arthur Conan Doyle, British author and creator of Sherlock Holmes(born 1859)August 26 – Lon Chaney, American actor (born 1883)
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This list shows all films released in 1930, including films that went direct-to-video, or only got an international theatrical release. For each film, we use the first date on which it was made available to the public, which might include international theatrical or domestic video releases that were a few days, or sometimes more, earlier than the domestic (US/Canada) theatrical release.
There were ten films nominated for Best Picture that year (not five) for Academy Awards, and four of them were independent productions - (1) Hal Roach's Of Mice and Men (1939), (2) Walter Wanger's Stagecoach (1939) - director John Ford's only Western during the 1930s - a frontier classic that revitalized the A-budget Western, emphasized ...
Sam Wood's best 30s films were Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) and two Marx Brothers films, A Night at the Opera (1935) and A Day at the Races (1937). King Vidor directed The Champ (1932) and Stella Dallas (1937) - among others.
Mar 03, 2015 · Last week I showed you my favorite films that were set in the 1920s, and they were some of my all time favorite movies.When I went on a quest to find films set in the 1930s, I was amazed at how few there were, and even fewer that captured any glamour.
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People were fascinated by the movies themselves and by the glamorous lives of the men and women who starred in the films. For example, the movie "My Man Godfrey" told the story of a man who lost his entire fortune in the 1929 stock market crash. To make a living, he became a butler for a rich family, and he ended up saving the family.
Jun 12, 2015 · The movie industry’s triumph in the 1930s lay in giving the public what it wanted to see. Its product was therapeutic diversion for millions of Americans who needed to get away from their troubles. By providing this crucial relief, American film reached a pinnacle of influence, at a time when most other industries were struggling mightily.